was once a fishermen village and now it is a famous tourist
resort in Istria. It is situated on Istria's eastern coast
in a nice cove with the pebble beach and rich vegetation.
The beginnings of tourism date here to the end of 19th century.
Today resort offers many hotels, campings, private apartments
and rooms. Population of Rabac is 1.380 but can provide
accommodation for up to 10.000 guests, but it still retains
the spirit and atmosphere of the former fishing village.
In addition, the town has a fine gastronomic offer, boat
excursions, as well as excellent sports and recreational
access, beautiful beaches and clear sea make Rabac one of
the best holiday resorts for families, but lots of sport
and entertainment facilities, including popular summer electronic
music festivals, makes it popular among young people as
well. Rabac is blessed with string of pebbly beaches, tiny
coves, small bays, crystal-clear, clean and transculent
sea water and lush Mediterranean vegetation north and south
of the town. Four of Rabac's beaches have been awarded with
the Blue Flag award.
is a very attractive pebbly beach, connected to the hotel
resort, but it serves as an public beach not only for hotel
guests. The beach is located in a tourism area, surrounded
by hotels (Mimosa, Narcis, Hedera - so called "flower"
hotels according to its names), swimming pool and forest.
It can be reached by a number of paths from Rabac and Labin
as well. Wonderful promenade stretches all the way from
Maslinica to Labin, a mediaeval hilltown, rich with historic
treasures. Cars don't have access on the beach, but there
is a parking lot in front of hotels.
Many beach facilities include restaurants, the swimming
pool, bar, sport facilities, parasail, water-ski, jet-ski,
banana rides, tubes rides, canoes and pedal boats, aquagan,
beach volleyball, tennis, table-tennis, mini-golf, children'
playground, kindergarten facilities etc. There is organized
lifeguard service. The beach has been awarded with the Blue